Maybe you treated a bunch of supermarket flowers. Or maybe your playboy surprises you. Anyway, now you need to do some justice to the beautiful shoots. The following creative ideas will show you how to arrange those beautiful flowers.
Tulips in a vase
Create an underwater floral center
If you’re looking for a nifty, easy idea that’s also pretty nifty, this is it. Here’s how to DIY:
- Trim the stems so each flower fits in a clear vase.
- Fill the vase with water.
- Add flowers to each vase and arrange.
- Fill each vase with water until the flowers are submerged.
Create a flower lamp
This DIY pendant light can brighten almost any room. To create, you’ll need a wire mesh that you’ll be weaving fresh flowers and a hanging light wire kit, which is a wire with a light socket. You’ll find other DIY projects here.
Create Floral Displays Using Unconventional Containers
When it comes to flower arrangements, you can make lovely displays using any container you have in your home.
Mixing glassware is a good example. Drinking glasses and fancy goblets are as beautiful as traditional vases. How to:
- Use different drinking cup styles and sizes. For kicks, you can throw a few mason jars into the mix.
- Trim flower stems. Change the height of each one slightly. This will make it easier to create a pleasing arrangement.
- Put your flowers in glasses.
- Bind glassware with beautiful ribbon or rustic string.
Make a Color Co-ordinated Pedestal
How can you effortlessly use the precious bouquet you received with the color scheme of your home?
Here’s a neat trick: Create a base for your monitor using multiple color-coded books. To avoid this, the color of each book cover should complement your flowers and your decor.
Vertical with hanging vase
If you want to create an amazing arrangement, nothing beats vertical. Hanging vases are a great way to activate blank walls. There are many ways to make them, but this DIY is our favorite.
How to liven up a Bouquet?
Cup of Joe
Did you know there are rubber bands for supermarket flowers? It can be used to help you create a beautiful arrangement.
After trimming the stems to the desired height, you’ll want to criss-cross at the bottom, which keeps the flowers upright and lively, rather than drooping and lifeless. You can tighten things up with twine if needed.
What to do when your flowers start to wilt
You don’t have to throw away flowers the moment they start to wither. Hanging them to dry will allow you to keep enjoying them.